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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n l b fif1 1 IftI I JIUodql Soel I t 3 X ict t d ri THE FRANKFOR ROUNDABOUT= = GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TOlfOGAL AND SOCIETY NEW TERMS 100 In Advance r VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE Is 1907 No 35 il FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE NERCitiNTSwi GEOlttiE SALKNDEKDK- AIKU IN Staple und Fancy Groceries No INoKODAKSLEC- OMPTE GAYLE coI I EBNER June lo ISouth fLAUNDRYI to- I I do the best work in All work called for and delivered E G NELL Agent Ofllce 223 StClair St up stairs J15flm I PLUMBINGWhen ewI or old sanitary Chas Whitehead 104 St Clair street Ready at all times with I I prices to suit most skeptical Both Phones 105 juno 15Gin Tlio rokIce CoMijiiiY Iit Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 106 and 108 89 and 30 equippedI fC W VOGLER Dealer Fancy and Staple Grocer lea Tinware Etc Cor 3rd and Logan Streets Up w mu todate in every respect un 1r li W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Grocerios and Vegetables 4 Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets June 15Om LIGHTNINGS ANTICS electrical storm There was a severe in this section Wednesday last At the farm of Hinde Baker at the Forks of Elkhorn two valuable thoroughbred mares who had taker refuge under a large tree were killed by a stroke of lightning this city a tree In the yard of Dr 1In street was S Keller on Clinton fluid and adjacent resi struck by the dents were badly shocked An electric motor at the Kentucky of business Penitentiary was knocked out by a shock for some time The fuses on an electric car near the power house were burned outand the car disabled until the motorman could replace them A laborer on a ditch on Holmes street had his pick struck by the fluid and was considerably shocked taking to his heels as soon as he re coveredAn engineer at the New Capitol his engine with was standing near his hand on a guy wire when he was knocked down and considerably sha ken up- These are the particulars of a few of the occurrences which made things lively for a while The discharges were more In the nature of cannonading than an ordina ry storm POWERS TRIAL The fourth trial of Caleb Powers charged with being accessory to the assassination of William Goebel has been set by Judge J E Robbins the special judge for Monday July 29 It is hardly probable that the case will be tried at that time the errors committed by the judge at the former trial were so palpable that the Court of Appeals were forced to reverse and It Is thought he will be sworn off the bench Ii SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY juno 15Gm Both Phones 17 CiptiI Stoam Laundry Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Luundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY juno 156m In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celebrated Ham mar Paint and the hest Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND X CO june 6m ShoeMakers I Kratzel 210 Broadway St will make to order any kind of Shoe or Boot at reasonable price Repairing of all kinds neatly done Do not forget his number 153mFARNESS JOS AUTOINE Washington St If want something in the Harness line either new or old Jo a call He is also prepared to repair Iinrnran buggy tops or will surprise most skeptical j 153m NAT MILLER THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 405 Maii St Opp Capital Hotel JunolS4znInterior Decorating For all high class work of this kind why not call on those that thoroughly understand the busi nessPRICES138St Clair TRACTION LINE MUST BE COM PLETED SOONI comIpletlon Orders have been Issued to the en gln ers building the interurban line Between Frankfort and Versailles to rive It In operation by September 1 These orders are believed to have como as a result of the visit a few lays ago of President J Levering Jones and a number of other high traction company officials In order to put the work through with dispatch which will be neces ry to comply with the orders the Jr PHILLIPS iNTY Plumbing Gas Sew erage Sanitary pork of all Descriptions t us and be juno 15Gm tJI Have you has If not pet one ut once ancij iwe money Call on us for a pe ecu stove at light price- The Capital Gas Electric June ISCm Light CO 1 Incorporated The South Side Merit Market rj The Best Beef Inn bfVeal and Pork Fresh and SmoKed Sausage I June 16flm and Sliced Fish HnmtQystersI =Liquors and Where Them The Pure FoOd Law will not affect us Wiaiiilways did and always will sell but Straight Liquors at GEO It SALENDEItJg St Clair Agent for Troy Steam liitlry Agent for Boll Florist Leziigton JOHN W GWLE Merchant Tailor and Gcjnifcniens Fur nisher and Hatter Pressing and Repairinga Sp Main Street rd Phone juno 156m xForn- cyJQt K Try Th- eROUNDABOUTe In preparing the roadway for the track age will be greatly Increased ManyI new gangs will be put to once and be hustled right along with the preparations It was feared for some time that delay would be caused with the or lers for rails but this has been ready eliminated and word has been received from the steel works that deliveries will be made promptly and on Is but little more grading and road making to be done and it will be but a short time until track laying will beginLexington Herald June 8th I SIIINGLESJWe Shingles and will have two cars of I Poplar Shingles next week Come quick if you want any HAMMMD aCO t 1 vd 1 interesting Ready toWear NewsF- romKAGINS Reductions which give opporytunity for great saving Every Womans Suit in our stock now offered at exactly onehalf price None are reserved Silk Eton Jackets and Loosefitting Silk Coats at Onefourth Off 875 Silk Eton 650 1000 Silk Eton 750 12 50 Silk Eton 925 1000 750 1500 Loosefitting Coat 1125rBlack Silk Petticoats S500 Special4jThese are made of heavy rustling Taffetta and j are the best values ever offered at 500 c White Wash Skirts 125 S15O and 5200iThree extra values arc offered at these prices Oth rs up to 500 Big Inductions on Fancy Woolen Dress woods Solid Colors Not Included 50c Dress Goods all the newest patterns 39c r 100 Dress Goods every fancy pattern in stock 79c 42 inches wide fine Black Voile 100 yard r n C KftGIN 88RON- O 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY w 11 CHARGE OFTAKES FICEI Mr Thos H Duvall of Lexington has been placed In charge of the agency of the Prudential Life Associa tion In this city He Is superintendent of the office here and at Winches ter He will be here about half of the week Tom is a hustler and will make a success here as REMARKABLE elsewhereI That truth is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C v Pepper He writes I was In bed entire lisa bled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help fled when I beme and all hope had gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then Instant relief came The cough ing soon ceased the bleeding diminished rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and colds 50c and 100 bottles at all durggists Trial bottle free a APPOINTED MISSIONARY TO COREA Rev Edwin Kagln who was recent Iy ordained to the ministry and called to the Presbyterian Church at Shelby vllle has been appointed by the Pres byterian Board of Foreign Missions as missionary to Corea Mr Kagln Is an able and consecrat ed young minister and his many friends In his home town while re gretting his leaving Kentucky will rejoice at his appointment to carry the good news of salvation to the far away land of his choice + Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your druggist for them APPOINTED CANVASSER 1111 Charles D Wills of Lexington has been appointed as canvasser and subagent of the Prudential Life Association in this city He may be found in the same office as heretofore used by the company on the Ann street side of the Capital Hotel It had been rumored that this office would be closed This is a mistake T MGIC NO3 umber three Is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering mucb with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find relief I tried Electric Bitters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all druggists 50 cents ODD FELLOWS HEAR MEMORIAL ADDRESS The Odd Fellows of Capital Lodge No 6 and Frankfort Lodge No 28 assembled at the Frankfort Opera House on Sunday afternoon and heard an eloquent and appropriate memorial address delivered by Hon W C G Hobbs of Lexington Grand Master of the State There was a large crowd present rp e HERES TO YOU DICK Our old employe Mr Richard A VanDerveor of Lexington has been appointed Treasurer of the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum at Iexing ton Mr VanDerveer was raised in this city his mother brother and sister still living here At one time he was ill employe of this office We are glad to learn of his good luck f JI tF TO r T z 9 = T ff 2 r p l 4eLTTRUTIoNs T Y1EITZJH I St lour Special Corset at 5Oc II CHARLES J WE= TZELJPERSONALu Judge D B Redwine was in the city on Tuesday Mr James T Buford visited friends In Cynthiana this week r Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday Mr Chas G Mutzenburgh visited In Louisville this week Prof C J Norwood of Lexington was iu the city Wednesday Mrs V Berberich has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr O C Kenney made a business trip to Louisville this weak Mr Kenner Taylor made a business trip to Louisville on Monday Mrs John M Brown visited relatives in Lexington this week Mr James A Hodges of Louisville was in the city this week Hon H V McChesney visited rela ives in Newport this week Mrs Wm K Utterback visited 1frIands in Lexington this week n Col James A Scott made a business trip to Lexington on Saturday Judge Allie W Young of Mt Sterl lag was in the city on Tuesday Mr George G Spear wife and son have gone on a visit to Montana Mr W O Davxls of Versailles was in the city on business Thursday Mr J B Lewis of this office pent Sunday at his home in Versailles Mr Edmund W Taylor left Wednes day on a business trip to New York City Cal E H Taylor Jr was in Chi Ills on a business trip this weeleIMiss Verlle Kenney returned Sun day from a visit to relatives in Owen R P Ernst of Covington at tended the Court of Appeals on Wed W F Barret and Mrs W T Scott visited friends in Richmond this J S Coleman returned Tuesday from the National Medical Convention at Atlantic City N J Mr E E Abbett Jr attended com mencement at Central University Danville ednesday Hon A S Bennett Secretary of the Republican State Committee was in the city Thursday Mr George T Davis attended the funeral of his brothers child at Chaplin on Monday Miss Mary Belle Taylor attended commencement at Central University Danville this week Mrs Asa Walker of Washington City is the guest of her parents Maj J A Grant and wife Mrs Jno P Chinn of Harrodsburg was the guest of her son Mr J Mor gan Chinn this week Mr W Pryor Perry of Warsaw was the guest of Col Ed E Abbett and wife on Monday Mr E E Abbett Jr who has been attending Perdue University returned home Sunday morning i JiiIt if ttt iU kM SrfIt t Jirwt dt 1 Yht Muslin Gown worth 75c 5Oc II Mr H B Bennett of Shelbyville was the guest of Col H H Roberts and wife this week Rev Dr Carter Helm Jones of Louisville was the guest of Prof H C McKee on Tuesday Hon Thos G Stewart of Winches ter was the guest of his brother Mr John H Stewart Saturday Miss Ida Wendell who has been visiting relatives in Indiana and Cin cinnati has returned home Rev C R Hudson attended the meeting of the Curators of Kentucky University on Wednesday Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs YoT Scott Miss Ann Montgomery has gone to Massachusetts to attend commence ment at North Hampton Mr Robert M Bergman of Irvine was the guest of his fatherinlaw Capt I T West this wetk Rev J O A Vaught returned from District Conference at Mt Hope Har rison county on Wednesday Miss Rebecca Averill left Tuesday for New York City and will sail thence for a tour of Europe Mrs Waller H Lewis has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Ben Hardin Helm at Elizabethtown I1Ir J Swigert Taylor and wife at tended commencement at Central University Danville this week Mr Gillum Nell attended the fune ral of several children of Senator L C Nell at Gradyvllle this week Mr Philip Weisenburg of Minneapo his Minn who has been visiting his parents here has returned home Judge T R McBeath Reporter of the Court of Appeals left yesterday for a business trip to Louisville Mr George M Gayle who has been attending Kentucky University Lex- Ington Is at home for the vacation Prof F C Burton President of the Normal School at Morehead was the guest of Mr JG Evans this week Mrs W R Scott and son of Paris who have been guests of her father Mr C C Hazelrlgg have returned home Miss Elizabeth Harrison of Mc Kinney Texas who has been the guest of Miss Virginia Gray has gone Anna vanDerveer and grand daughter Anna Grayot visited Mr R A VanDerveer in Lexington this W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Col George F Berry at Juniper Hill Wednes dayMrs F W Keyes and children left Saturday for Ashland and from thence they make their home in fu ture Mr Wilmot H Kidd of the Frankfort Shoe Co who has been traveling in the South came home Saturday Walter A Roberts of Hunting ton W Va was the guest of his father Mr E J Roberts this wrc J SundayMr Walter A Roberts and bride left Thursday night over the C O J 1r 4- hbv a JTwo Great Values in Curtains 75c and S00 Pair Railway for their home at Huntington W Douglass Julian of Clear Wa ter Flawho has been the guest Mrs Geo W Chinn returned ofI Monday V Mr Louis Crutcher of the Kansas City base ball club visited his pa rents MfR L Crutcher and wife this week Mr John It Sower and wife left Thursday tof attend the National Hardaware ealers Association at Boston Mass Miss jenn e Page of Lexington who has bee i the guest of Misses Mary and Margaret J Page has re turned home Mrs Betti Benton and daughter Miss Lena hz re returned from a visit her sister Irs Willie B McKee at WoodlakeIMrs Wm Reading and daughter Miss Marga t returned Monday afternoon from a visit to friends in Shelby county- MessrslFred Reis and Wm Rlseley have resitheir positions with the FranSfoftShoe Coand accepted po sitions in St Louis Mo Dr Wm C Curran of Cincinnati Ohio was in the city on Monday shaking hands with his many friends at his old home in this city Mrs A M Kavanaugh and daugh ter Miss Josephine have returned KavanIaugh is the guest of her parents Mr and thence they go to Seattle Washington to make their home in future Miss Lilian Lindsey left Saturday for Newport to attend the Episcopal Council which met in Covington this week Miss Lindsey was on the pro gram for an address The many friends of Mrs Sarah LeCompte and daughter Miss Mar gar t J LeCompte will regret to learn that they are both confined to bed at their home on West Third street Lexington by serious ill ness Mrs Eo E Abbett Sr entertained Thursday evening at her handsome home corner Third and Second streets There were a large number of ladies present who greatly enjoyed the occasion A dainty and apetizing lunch was served Miss Viola Henry of Colorado Texas who has been the guest of Miss Belle Giltner 421 Second street the past two weeks left yesterday morn Ing for a visit to friends In Lexington and will go thence In a few days to the Jamestown Exposition rFRANKFORT BOY GOES TO MASSACHUSETTS Mr David Chenauit Estlll son of Mr Wallace Estill of Farmdale grad ated from the State College last week in the department of Mechani cal and Electrical Engineering- Mr Estill has accepted a position with General Electric Co of West Lynn Mass Mr Estills thesis was An Experi mental study of the Combustion of Coal and the Gelser Smoke Consum- Ing Dev ce As An Aid to Smoke Pre vention dr II FANS I 25 doz Fans worth lOc 15c only 5c f U Heeneys June Sale of White Goods Still OnIw I We are giving the best values in White Goods Lawns Organdies Batistes and Laces ever offered in the city Next week Linen Lawns worth 85e for 24c Linen Lawns worth 50c for 89c Linen Lawns worth Doc for 49c 98eLinen advanceInnlJLACES The cut on Val and other laces and embroideries also prevail received r i F1 JT HEENEY T- Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand placeI216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky u m LOO I To High Bridge and Return SUNDAY JUNE 16rVia t F C Ry Ana Queen Crescent Routet Dancing Pavilion Excellent Music Dining Hall Meals both a la Carte and Table de Hote Swings and Shelter Houses Fare to Georgetown on above date 60c round tripIr NN f I JcPi frIidLi kLM1Mvai nvF Liitiri1 J2 Jh f z T n 0 f f t1I 3 HCtylE ENDORSEMENT1 A Hundreds of Frankfort Citizens Can Tell You All About It J endorsement the public ex of Frankfort people should rHome beyond dispute for every Ij reader Surely the experi friends and neighbors cheer fully given by them will carry more ij weight than the utterances of strang ers residing in faraway places Read the following Mrs Lou Johnson of 325 Todd street Frankfort Ky says Off and on for a good many years I have suf ferd with a heavy dull aching pain over the kidneys and cross the small of my back the pain running up my spine ind becoming vary severe on the least exertion There was also a weakness of the kidneys which pro duced an irregular scalding and ex cessive condition of the secretions I was treated by doctors constantly but their medicine failed to help me in the least My condition became so serious that I realized the necessity f of some Immediate relief About this r time a neighbor spoke so highly of Ik Doans Kidney Pills that Icoul not- i but believed they had merit My daugh ter procured a box for me at J W Gayles drug store and after giving the remedy a good fair trial I can now conscientiously recommend them very highly as they certainly do all that is claimed for them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMIlburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoans and take no other r FRANKFORT BOY MAKES GOOD We are Indebted to Mr Chas T Thomason a former Frankfort boy for a copy of well gotten up pamphlet giving an account of the wonderful strides that Ensley Ala is making t in the Industrial world r Mr Thomason has the supervision of the Bessemer Fire Brick Plant ogre of the biggest concerns In this hust ling city He has made good right Ii along and is a fine young man His friends here are repoiced at his sue cess 9aLet me send you free for Catarrh just to prove merit A trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy antiseptic balm Containing healingI healing ingredients as Oil Thymol Menthol etc It stant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free and see for yourself what this can and will accomplish 1test Dr Shoop Racine Wis Jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers MidSeason ale Suits Skirts Dress oods Rugs Suits 25 00 Silk Eton Suits in pretty Blues and Black Checks 1250 2500 All Wool Eton Suits 1250 Pretty Wash Suits 2 piece or princess effects for 500 A R M E asr ADVISORY BOARD 1 Men From All Counties of Central Kentucky Connected With the Blue Grass Fair Following Its policy of making the BlueGrass Fair at Lexington in truth as well as In name a fair repre sentative of the whole of Central Kentucky an Advisory Board com posed of gentlemen from all the coun ties of Central Kentucky has been appointed These men are exofflclo directors of the Fair Association and In addition to them the counties of Woodford Clark Madison Montgomery Bourbon Anderson Mercer Jef ferson Jessamine Harrison and Scott are represented either on the regular Board of Directors or on some of the department committees of the Fair The following Advisory Board from the Blue Grass counties was also appointed R L Lillard Anderson Cole Bascom Bath J M Hall Bourbon A E Hundley Boyle B F Metcalfe Bracken Judge J M Benton Clark Morris Fleming Fleming Albert Jef fers Franklin M Young Fayette J 1 Hamilton Garrard J W Crom well Harrisoncc Glass Jessa mine Samuel T Harris Lfncoln M F Arbuckle Madison John Everett Mason A G Kyle Mercer Joel Fessler Montgomery Charles Don nell Nicholas Judge E Kenton Rob ertson W O Carrie Scott Howard Harbison Shelby Wllmore Garrett Woodford Joe H Gibson Pulaskl Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and Its action is postive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers DEATH OF SENATOR JOHN T MORGANI U S Senator John T Morgan of Alabama died suddenly at his home in Washington City on Tuesday last He was 83 ears of age and had been In the U S Senate for 30 years He was an able upright and con scientious man who was an honor to the State he represented and to the whole country or9 HE FIRED THE STICK I have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on ac count of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Buck lens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by all druggists 25 cents Skirts Good quality Linene Skirts 100 All Linen Skirts 300 to 500 SpecialSale 85 Skirts Pretty Grey Mixtures and 700Iworth650 GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS The German Benevolent Society elected the following officers at its an nual meeting heldon Monday night Vice PresidentJoe Busam Gobber tame Recording SecretarYGus Lafon Financial F Sower Weber TrusteeFerd Jacobs JanitorIgnatz Kratzel Standard BearerA Sorg MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Rout 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery Is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a wonderful cure of incipient con sumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the other symp toms left one by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled It Fullyvguaranteed by all druggist 60c atr100 Trial bottle free STRRET CAR ACCIDENT A narrow escape from Instant death occurred to i irs Virginia Duvall Tuesday morning It seems that onI Duvall was driving along street in her buggy when a street car came along and without warning she drove on the track almost in front of the rapidly moving car Before the motorman could stop the car which he tried In vain to do the car struck buggy squarely smashing It to kind ling wood but strange to say Mrs Duvall although considerably shaken up and bruised was not seriously hurt It Is supposed that Mrs Duvall who Is a very old lady did not hear the motormans gong which he was sounding right along and thus caused the accident This is the second time within the last few weeks that Mrs Duvalls buggy has been damaged by collision with a street car It was simply marvelous that she was not instantly killed as the body of her buggy was set lint on the A FORTUNATE TEXAN Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried so effectually dis poses of malaria and billiousness They dont grind nor gripe 25 cents at all drug stores TAYLOVIj THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYil E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietor r u u uu u Frankfort f Kentucky tI Y r H j r 0 r =Daily AM Leave Dress Goods lot 100 quality Light Wool Skirting in Stripes and Checks 69c 1 lot 38 inch Suitings pretty mixtures and neat checks 38c F I PresidentMoritz SecretaryJas SrTreasurerAugust streeti COMPANYSUMMARY ASTBOUNDWESTBOUND NO2 DailylEX IPM Leave SundI 54 or I8tatlo A III50T 620 flfifi 485 988 440 Junction 426 954 457 Torrent 357 r 1017 514 841 1085 707I 32 1048 300 1115 O K Junction 262 70il 22b11W Jackson 220 L A E make with the C ORv will Mountain Can tnl R for a and C BeattyvllleO SCOTTIA RAILWAYIMl s Ex Ex SundIIA M Lve P M Lye PilAr 980 285 Jackson aso 1120 tI2 280 0K Junction 885 Il rnJ9127Nospoints on the and Eastern M L CONLEY an d A NARROW G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jimson bur into his thumb He says The doctor wanted to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Buck lens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at all druggistKILLTHE CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryI I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED I Blue Grass Nurseries Ky Offer for the S largeline Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever jrrcens Jrujio Vines Asparagus Shrubs Jthuhurb and Small Fruits WE HAVE XO AGENTS anti General Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Feb 28ain Crex Rugs 0 For Porches 36 in Crex Rug50cIin Crex Rug 100 72 in Crex Rug 150 54x90 Crex Rug Special Porch Size 300- Curtains Ruffled Lace Trimmed Muslin Curtains Special 100 and 150 LEXINGTON rij IDaily Ex ArI MI AJLY IIDUB PM Ar 815I Beattyville Junction62Igfi Athol Junction fnorMtsteining3w111 connections Campton Junction PineRid mptonlththe MI AI Ar1 Lexington Railway Superintendent ESCAPE COUCHA- ND JE3E Lexington Strawberry Sons frankfort Ginoinnati RU- The Midland Route Lctal Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 1IIOb21 KXCEPT SUNDAY No8J 15a634 Elkhorn r l1 Switzer M 482f241 Johnson 10511242S1Newtown J III i Cfnterville a Elizabeth fP ri 46PuriConnects Ht Georgetown UnionIDepot with Q iJ C kyCentral deNBETWI EN FRANKFORT A CNCNNAT VIA GEOHOETOWN P11 IAM11A IIPM Lv Georgetown ArI610 Ar Cincinnati BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA AMIP Ml ipM Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Ar 755 Lv Ar 341 00I Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAl R R POINTS a WtIi Frankfort A Ill 25A720P 47P AIL Georgetown 04A020P 3 25P Paris LI 80A544P 6 IIP Winchester 09A 245P 15P llaysvllle LI lIP MAL Cynthinna LI 502P Richmond L 20A 165P Cincinnati L 255P HAYI A t Trnov fti p riJf f1I r lwriDT fY 1Tp 0 Yf r f II YIt THE Frankfort BDunflaDout Entered at the postolllcc at Frankfort Ken sticky secondclass innilublu matter J GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 15 1907SI Written for the Roundabout1p FACE TO FACE WITH NATURE So natural it Is to the human heart to fix Itself In the possession of hope to look forward to the what Is ex peeted with a serenity and joy at once pronounced and individual The child Is bouyed by the innocence of its little life the youth by the virtue of trusting faith the middleaged calm and patient from long expe rience The old person content to do all oft the humbler more serious problems but full of a sense of justice at the N hands of God Could it have been best the all de cesslmatlon of historic birth the fu ture scattering of a much beloved and connected community the dissipation of wealth the final close to a family interest absolute and altogether for gotten In the whirlpool of money pow 4er The little spot of ground sacred to a precious memory once beautiful in white panel fencing flowers and tomb stone lose no semblance to either care or familiarity The very face of thing were changed beyond recognition the tree under which she was sleeping was broken like the gravestone The once de- lightsome cliff side where wild blos soms and raspberries grew had been shorn of both treasures the ground plowed and ugly barbed wire Inter posed its length in every direction Pig pens and sheep folds were in eviJ dence and the new owners must have lost knowledge of somebodys darl ing sleeping thereIWe look beyond the grave of all ourI buried hopes across the old ruins typical of life our eyes resting upon the Elkhorn where little breadths of meadow between us half overgrown with thicket deserted with a hardly traceable footpath struggling for ex istence beneath the rocks Once It was a scene of busy bust ling manufacturing interest but today the river ripples and eddies and murmurs In an utter solitude It has passed through the midst of usYnever was a stream more lonely Like ourself it has made no new compan ions It flows on in an Infinite seclusionI neither secret nor r broad space of tender and deep desolation Dropped into repose out of the midst of human labor and life alone Deep down In the dense blue grass J we found our Getsemane and looked our last the spot where hope and love had Steadmantown The perishedI the past Only one or two of the 12 or 14 tenement houses are left to tell the story of forgotten greatness The empty silent gristmill seems- a skeleton of memory no longer does the water wheel turn the grist The flour and meal ground at Eben Stendmans mill was as worthy i mtdal as WPS ever stamped on a sack or barrel And he the miller as grand and noble a character as ever lived In Kentucky The old paper mill was established In 1834 or least remodeled and fitted for making paper by hand Eben and Sam Steadman brothers owned about all the real estate In the neighborhood and were wealthy In other particulars In 1863 the order for paper on which to print Confederate bank notes was given this firm but Mr U S said Not much Wells of gas too are to be found here and the finest rock for lime making In the world If tis true that history repeats it this deserted village will rise day from the ashes of Its past all and shine with a virtue reflected from the candles of a beautiful benefi conce The horse had fared well In our absence The scone from the top of the hill was full of a quiet sadness Across the creek the eld homestead in itsh ami peace no longer opened co welcome its doorsIt too had Into stranger hands Down the pike to the station the of name of which Is not even on the card of the railroad time table and the obliging official of the Midland seeing our wayside waiting kindly stopped the train and we bade farewell to the village of Steadman is townJune 1907 N S COX GOES TO WEST POINT W A Runyan came home Tuesday spend the week with his father and mother before leaving for West Point Y where he will enter the U S Military School having been appointed cadet from this congressional district by Congressman Rucker Walter took his examination at Fort Leaven worth Kansas before a commission of army officers and says that the physical examination as a means of trorture is equal to the old rack and is like being drawn and quartered However in a class of eighteen he stood at the head and has good cause to feel elated He has been ordered to report at West Point on or before June 15th which will necessitate his leaving here from the 10th to 12th We congratulate Walter on his good luck and trust that he may make a successful army officer So far as we can recall Mr Runyan is the first citizen of Carroll county to attend West Point and as Nofborne is his place of residence every citizen here glad to see him honoredNor borne Mo Democrat The young man referred to is the son of Mr Wm T Runyan formerly this city and is a nephew of Mrs A Duane Brown of this city e ATTENTION REPUBLICANS The Republicans of Franklin county are hereby called to assemble in mass convention at the courthouse Frank fort Ky on Saturday June 15 1907 at 130 p m standard time to select delegates to the State Convention to be held In Louisville on Wednesday June 19 1907 for the purpose of nom inating candidates for Governor Lieu tenant Governor Attorney General Auditor Treasurer Secretary of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Commissioner Agriculture Labor and Statistics and Clerk of the Court of Appeals to be voted for at the Novem her election 1907 By order of Franklin County Re publican Committee June 3 1907 GEO L BARNESChairman Attest G L ROBERTS Secretary OVER 25000 Prize List Issued Setting Forth Classification and Rich Premiums for Blue Grass Fair Despite a monetary loss due to rainy weather last ear the Directors of upIonvalue than that offered in 1906 The premiums given will amount to nearly thirty thousand dollars The classifications have been so arranged that there can be no possible confusion on the part of hibitors and judges Breeding and show classes have been entirely separated For each liberal approprIat- IOns have been made and different judges will preside in the different ox hibitions A preliminary prize list setting forth In full all the classifications for live stock has just been issued It Is pronounced the best prize list ever Issued by any fair association in America not excepting the largest and most prominent State That hacking coughcontinues r Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened Take Scott r Emulsion It builds up and strengthens your entire system- It contains Cod Liver Oiland Hypophosphitesso prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digestA- LL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 fairs C s of It will be mailed to pro ivo exhibitors uHou re quest t iuett Shouse Secretary Legingt cy LAG FORK The re rains 01 the past two weeks 1tling such a prolonged season I think that the tobac men will get their crops set If their plants hold out The cut worms are cutting their tobacco someI Mr R T Flood has opened studio at ithis place and makes someJ very fine Deludes Call boys and get your likeness and be pleased Mr Flood is a prominent gentleman and an undertaker and carpenter of this town as well as a photograpeher Mr and Mrs J B Nash have at last gone to housekeeping Mrs Nash has purchased a new carpet They will have to arise earlier the coming week to make it They have also tried Mr Floods camera and found the pictures to be very pretty Rev C M Benight was the guest of Mrs Eudora North Saturday and Sunday He is pastor of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church His regular services are on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Every one in vited May God add his blessings to the church I think Miss Hulett Miss Slattery and Miss North were disappointed on account of the rain as they did not get to attend church on Sunday eben ing Ing BLACK EYES VERSAILLES TO ENTERTAIN PRESS BOYS The Versailles Commercial Club In vites the Kentucky Press Association and ladies to be the guests of the club while passing through Versailles on June 17th 1907 Those arriving on the Southern train leaving Louisville at 630 a m will have nearly three hours in Ver sailles before the departure of the L A train for Estill Springs Those Those arriving on the train leaving Louisville at 750 will have an hour and a half in Versailles The Com mercial Clubearnestly hopes that as many as possible will arrive on the early train From Lexington a trolley line runs cats to Versailles even hourrtrSufferett city and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ointment It cured me permanentlyHon Jno R Garrett Mayor GIrard Ala STAMPING GROUND Mr R S Sprake visited friends In Bourbon and Harrison counties last wee- kBirthJune 2d to Mr E T Old ham and wife nee Tucker a son Edward Tucker Miss Beatrice Duvall of Cincinnati is on her vacation at her fathers Mr J W Duvall Mr J G Blanton was hurriedly called to Erlanger by a serious accident to his brother Mr Hal BlantonI- a horse having fallen on Blanton Is still unconscious and in a serious condition 1Prof Jas B Sprake Instructor in department of the University of Iowa is at home on a vaca tion Prof Sprake has accepted a po sition with the Allis Chambers Elec tric Co of Milwaukee and will enter on his new duties July 1st ClOwing to the heavy rain of Tuesday night many fields of corn and tobacco have been badly washed However there has been good weather for set ting out tobacco and many of our farmers have completed their work in this line The storm was accompanied by a wonderful electrical display UNO +TAKEN TO LOUISVILLE FOR OPERATION Mr Benton Eubanks of this city was taken to Louisville on Saturday I to be operated upon for appendicitis The operation was successfully per formed on Sunday MR EDITOR wish to express to the good and rind people my unbounded thanks and infinite jratitude for their gener OilS assistance and kindly spirit that Lrwas shown rle during my late afflic lion 7HOWARD H SCANLAND I I f Pleasant to take L 4 Laxative Syrup Yy TiSJB NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONJ Ask Your Doctor i4 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salty are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60c PER BOTTLE t Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers rn Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones WheelTborrowS t fifThresherTarpaulinsrMonkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGGJ- s Hardware Paints Oils Etc f CapitolFoundryMachine HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in t and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Slx horse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES 4- r i L b 1 r r 1r II t i JtI I JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Miles Nervine has been successfully Itried in thousands of cases of nervous disor dersbut neverjhas it made a better record than spasmsThousandsnearly every instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedinSeven years ago my wife commenced laving spasms or and I called in my Jiome and he said she was paralyzed lIe rubbed her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined tc her bed for three months and the doctor could aot help her She had fits frequently tome times severe Her cramp so we could not them and she finally clot so her jaws would become locked t Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no food and ordered a bottle of Dr Re storative Nervine She received so much bene om the first bottle that I Rot some r tJ01 ie has taken a number ot bottles htflils never had a fit since taking the first ose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver and is never without them If there is any way of mak ifig this testimonial stronger do so because t the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv MBlkvilleAll druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Remedies Send for free book n Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind IGOOD NEWS FOR TWO CITIES By reference to an article In anoth er column taken from the Lexington Herald of Saturday It will be seen that the owners of the Frankfort and Versailles Interurban Railroad have issued orders to have the force of hands at Work on that line increased so as to have the road completed to Versailles by September 1st The principal trouble hereto fore has been the Inability to obtain the rails That trouble has now been obviated and the road will be rushed to completion GRADYVILLE HORROR On Friday night last shortly before 11 oclock a waterspout struck Grady vllle Adair county when a wall of water fourteen or fifteen feet high came down a small stream which Kins through the town destroying verything In Its path washing away tores houses stables In fact every thing and snuffing out the lives of 21 men women and children in a few minutes time The family of State Senator L C Nell a cousin of Mrs E M Nell of this city was wiped out of evlstence I his wife and four children being drowned Luckily for him he was away on a visit to a patient and es capedSeveral other families were similarly afflicted In addition to the terrible loss of life the property loss was over 75 r C00 Grad vllle was a prosperous little- town of some 300 Inhabitants And where was once a stirring little town Is now a horrible pile or wrecked homes The buildings were some of them washed three and four miles from their former positions and the bodies of the drowned were carried even further The body of one son of Dr Nell was found In a tree more than fourteen feet from the ground Altogether It was one of the most terrible calamities that ever visited that section of Kentucky and In pro portion to population the most de rstructive over known in Kentucky riTheheart sickens at the recital of the horrors of the scene BLOW AT JETTSIOn Monday a while the little village of Jetts and the territory adjacent were visit ed by a storm that almost reached the demenslonsof tornado The wind which was one of the heaviest ever experienced there looked as If it I would destroy everything In Its wake but luckily no damage to amount to anything was done The rain fell in torrents after the wind subsided Ii THE HIGHLAND RAILROAD RUSH ING THINGS The building of tho Highland Rail road from this city to Versailles will bo rapidly pushed from now on Quite 1ftanumber of hands and teams have been secured and are on the ground and the work of gradlniwill be un der way In a few jHIYfX trhJf i fiAlr5 IVImIC fJl WARDEN AT PEN INEW George P Chinn of Harrods burg was appointed Warden of the Frankfort Penitentiary by the State Prison Board on Morfday air Chinn Is a son of Col Jack P Chinn and a brother of Mr J Morgan Chinn Cleric of the Court of Ap pealsr He has served as sheriff of Mercer county BIG CROWD TO CINCINNATI There was a big crowd went from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday last over the F Canel Q C Rail ways Three coaches were packed full of people The return train reached this city at 1 a m Monday morning SIX MIDDIES AND CREW OF FIVE SAILORS LOST IN HAMPTON ROADS rA launch from the U S S Minne sota containing six midshipmen and five sailors returning from an enter tainment at Jamestown on Monday night were run down by a tug towing a coal barge and sunk There was a severe storm raging and the tar paulin sides were fastened down very tight thus preventing the escape of those on board the launch Owing to the darkness and the storm the two boats did not see each otherThe midshipmen were fine young fellows prominent in their several States AIRSPS ASCENTS a Will be Made Dally Feature of The Blue Grass Fair at Lexing ton August 12171 If the plans of the management of the Blue Grass Fair go through the people of Central Kentucky will be given the opportunity to see the great est airship performance that has been put on in America The mtfffQ ment is now negotiating with Mr Roy Rabinsue of Toledo Ohio to bring his big air ship to Lexington for the week of the Blue Grass Fair August 12th to 17th to make daily assents Mr Knabeshue is the origi nal airship man It was he who made the only successful flights made dur ing the Worlds Fair at St Louis Not only has he the best airships in existence but he manages them with such skill that he frequently leaves the vicinity in which his exhibition is being given and makes skits to points of interest in various sections of the city returning to the grounds at no question but that this will be the greatest amusement feature ever offered the people of Central KentuckyIt give them the opportunity to see one of the most wonderful In ventions of modern times in full oper ation and also to inspect what maybe at close range as often as they may care to do so Bad Symptoms The woman who has periodical head aches backache sees imaginary dark spots or specks floating or dancing before her eyes has cnawlng distress or heavy full tomach faint spells drag glngdownAdeling In lower abdominal or pelvic region easily startled or excited Irregu r or painful periods with or with out nvlvlc catarrh Is suffering from erangemontsthatshouldhave symptotw a likely to be present ml any case at o o Ime Negloctofl or badly treated and such cascswtcn run into maladies which de mamf Ufe surgeons knife If they do notre No medicine extra h such a IonQ e us Siias r fierce o suchaUon met eine las str- ecslop i s hn 6n ngredlentknownwomans peculiar ailments enter into its orhabitforming eachbotUowrappnr systemDronly good never harm Its whole effect Is to strengthen invigorate and regulate tho whole feiiin o system and especially the pelvic organs When tiie o are do ranged in function or affected by disease dlRcstionbecomonerves are weakened and a long list of bad unpleasant symptoms follow Too much must not bo expected of this Favorite Prescription It will not perform miracles will not euro tumorsno med Iclno will It will often prevent them If operatingtablo suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Doctor correspondenceIsconfidential Address Dr II V Pierce Buffalo N Y pagesIsstampsfar t J ih J fidttt will give pleasure show you present offerings In fine and priced furniture the sort that is both appropriate and durable we shall also he glad yAu of liberal partial payment littld at a time your income permits R ANTICIGARETTE DAY The International SundaySchool Association has set apart Sunday June 30 as the day for the considera tion the question The temperance lesson of the second quarter to be used as AntiCigarette Day when the evils and dangers of the cigarette habft shall be taught Pledgesigning recommendedThe ravages made among young men and boys by this awful habit demand earnest consideration RECRUITS PASS THROUGH THIS CITY 1 Something 100recruits for the Regular Army who lave been at Jef ferson Barracks Mo passed through this city over the C O Railway en route to Norfolk Va there take ship for Cuba the regiments to which they are assigned being on duty in the Green Isle A healthy finals a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound ihealthkeeps you well w OLD TIME HOUSE SOLD What is generally known as the old Wakefleld house on West Broadway has been sold by Mr Thos Griffey the owner for 4000 It will be modeled and improved at once =SPLENDID BERRIES Dr W Lee Crutcher has placed us under obligations for a box of the fin est strawberries we have this season Contrary all expectation the berries which the Doctor Is sell Ing every day in this city are unusually sweet as well as being very largeThose wishing the finest berries for making preserves and also for dally should see the Doctor CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE It your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or express ier large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as It cures after all else fallsMar 2ly Ohio Ry Schedule in en Nov 2 i HHH subject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville IT phis West nut Southwest 920 A M mid GU PM1aily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 AIU and 8011 M Dally 23lyr J6Lv IlI14 f Buy urniture R Economically Extnivn iuHo consists In buying tho wrong thing at the wrong priuo- Economy consists in buying tho right thing at tho right priceIf nn arc truly economical furnitureimlelIt should bo bought first for its appropriateness nnd sec ond for its durability It us to our medium to tell our plana as ROGERS SONS of to e seen to use by Chesapeake THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP hicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly handmade and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you l Seller Carriage GoI t VERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BROWNING President Sec and Treas A Happy New Year J Is assured to all users ofVPRIDE OFIADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers i ISend us your order for Feed Grains Fruit and ProduceI HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones ni J IPUOTOSAlld BridgeStble PhotographerL H G MATTERNa J t Jttx In rf C IjLI j i M A SELBERTTHE LEADING JEWELER MARRIED RAIZERHARROD Announcemen is made of the approaching marriag of Mr Geo H Raizer of Houston I Texas and Miss Cora Mae Harrod which will take place at the residence of the brides father Mr John S Harrod on Tuesday afternoon June 18 Rev Dr M B Adams will perform the ceremony and the younj people will leave at once for their home in the Lone Star State Mr Raizer is a fine young businessman His bridetobe is the handsom s daughter of Mr John S Harrod and graduated from the City High School on Tuesday night last RICHARDSON THOM P SO N I n Nashville Tenn on Wednesday Mr Nat F Richardson Jr and Miss Emi ly Thompson were married Mr Richardson Is the son of Mr N F Richardson Sr and is a fine young fellow His bride is said to be one of Nashvilles sweetest and mos attractive girls The happy couple are guests of the grooms parents near this city ROBERTSHIEATT At Bridge port on Thursday evening Mr Walter A Roberts of Huntington W Va and Miss Lena Hieatt were married by Rev C R Hudson of the Chris tian Church Mr Roberts is the oldest son of Mr S1E J Roberts of this office and has been an employe of ours since boy- hoodf until recently He is a natural mechanic and an Industrious young man His bride is the daughter of byIFSamiable character We wish them all the good things of this life adRUNAWAY HORSE On Tuesday night about 830 oclock a horse with the harness on it became frightened dashed down St Clair street towards the old Capi tal grounds ran against the Iron fence and was thrown back and down hard It then jumped up and dashed up Broadway until it reached the corner of Lewis when it ran against the wall of Kagins restaurant and fell It then jumped again to Its feet and kept on the run until it reached the livery stable of Mr Bowman t Gaines at the corner of Lewis and Clinton streets where it ran in We could not learn to whom the animal belonged It must have been pretty badly bunged up Weak Women oneImust be combined One Is local one is constitu tional but both are important both essential Local4rr Snoops Restorative Is wholly an Internal treat went The Restorative reaches throughout tho VltimSd seeking the repair of all nerve all blood ailments The Night Curo as its name Implies does Its work while you sleep It soothes sore and mucous surfaces heals local weal nesses and discharges while tho Restorative eases nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed ShoopsRestorativeTablets to the system For positive local help use as well Dr vShoops Night CureALL DEALERS = COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES CITY HIGH SCHOOL OFI t CltlolIAn audience which packed to the doors was present The invocation was delivered by Rev J R Zeigler of the First Presbyterian Church The following is the program of exercisesIProgram Invocation Song and Chorus 0 Haste Haste Away Marzo Misses Evans Hubbard Kennedy andj Class Essay A Bird of the Soul Miss Netherton Vocal Solo If I Were a Rose DEssenelli Miss Ummethun Intsrumental Solo Tanhauser March Wagner Splndler Miss Harrod ChorusTrust in The Lord Handel Class Recitation The Kentucky Gentle Allenman IlIss Weathers Instrumental Duet Charge of the UhlansBohmMisses Sargent and Kernen DeclarationThe Sacrifice of Sidney Carton Dickens Mr Salyers Song and Chorus On the Moonlit Stream Geibel Misses Howell Scottow Messrs Choate Power and Class Recitation King Robert of Sicily Longfellow Miss Duncan Class Address Rev Carter Helm Jones Every member of the class who took part in the exercises acquitted them selves in a very cerdltable manner The address of Rev Dr Carter Helm Jones of Louisville was a mas ter piece of oratory He took as his theme Culture subdividing into four headsIts Meaning Its Menace Its Might and Its Mission He bandied it in such a plain and luminous style that the youngest person present could not fail to be impressed with the great importance in these strenu ous days of the very highest culture attainableAt conclusion of Dr Jones ad dress Superintendent H C McKee presented diplomas of graduation to the following young people LeRoy Choate Nannie Lester Duncan Hazel May Evans Cora Mae Harrod Sarah Howell Lidtt Hubbard Ruth Beau champ Kennedy Drucilla Hamilton Kernen Estella McKendrick Nether ton Edmond Power Jr Birdie Ray Webber Salyers Elizabeth Ewing Sar gent Louise Uummethun Mabel WeathersThe graduates are Elizabeth E Sargent Birdie Ray Estelle McK Netherton and Louise Ummethun The benediction was pronounced by Rev C R Hudson of the Christian closed one of the most suc cessful years In the history of our splendid High School COLORED MAN DROPS DEAD Will Berry a colored man employed by Mr F G Stagg as a porter dropped dead at the front of the store on Ann street yesterday morning at about 8 oclock Heart disease is supposed to have caused his death Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood t Cerate ointment for the aide i H Silver Plate that TVeavs ti Made in artistic and origi Y nal patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark 18 47Rogers The newest designs are shown in Catalogue No 53 Sent free A Made oily by International Silver Co Successor to MERIDEN JIRITANNIA co tMnkiDN t SOLD BY DEATHS 1 SHACKELFORD In this city oil Tuesday Mrs Fannie Sueckelford wile of Mr James Shackelford aged about 28 years Mrs Shackelford was the daughter of Mr Taylor Hepperd She was a lovable young woman She leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her death The funeral and burial took place on Wednesday afternoon COHORNAt the home of his daughter Mrs Lee Jones near Swit zer on Tuesday Mr George W Co horn aged 55 years Mr Cohorn was a clever man and at one time rana blacksmith shop and general store at Woodlake this several years his health had been poor and he was not engaged in any business The funeral services were conduct ed from North Fork Baptist Church on Thursday Rev John H Burdin officiating ROSSENIn this city on Wednes lay Mr Rice Rossen an employe oi the CapitalGas Electric Light Co aged about 35 years of consumption ftr Mr Rossen wag ah industrious and capable man honorable and upright in all his dealings He leaves an aged mother and four brothers to mourn his untimely was a member of the First Bap tist Church The funeral and burial took place yesterday DAVISAt the jhome of its grand mother Mrs Pulliam at Chaplin Neli son county on Sunday Mary Davis Infant daughter of Mr John C Davis and wife of this city This dear little child was only lent to the devoted parents for a little while and then God took her to him self The funeral and burial took place on Monday afternoon in Nelson count The sympathy of every one goes out to the beref- tCONWtYAt Choateville on Wednesday IIrs Jesse Conway wife of Mr Jesse Conway aged agout thirty oars of consumption She Is survived b her husband and two small children The funeral and burial tool place from the Choateville Christian Church yesterday MERCHANT In this city on yesterday morning Mr Hugh Merchant after a long illness of appendicitis aged about 35 years Mr Merchant was the oldest son of the late Capt C W Merchant and was a splendid specimen of Kentucky manhood He was an industrious upright man He leaves a wife but no children a widowed mother one brother and two sisters to mourn his ofitheThe funeral arrangements had not been made when we went to press Dr CadyB CoiOItron Powders are ust what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food medicine and the best in use to pnv orse in prime condition Price 3 I For sale by J W Gayle and Le ompte Gayle Lyl r tf1 M A SELBERT THE LEADING JEWELER I IA FAMOUS REMEDY Soured MY cough with German lyrgP He wrote to Dr G G Green An as tell doctor dear- Im f fSfi than ever Ive beeal qThe poor consumptive should not tw the victim of experiment as be often i8 but the moment the disease maul tests its presence he should be Bo schees German Syrupa pure nonalcoholic medicine that is for the cure of consumption andhas a worldwide fame as certain remedy for catarrh colds croup sore throat and all bronchial affections in old and young qIt is sold in all civilized countries has been famous as a consumption curt for almost half a century QTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 750 At all druggists throughout the world For sale by J W Gayle Let ills mail you free toprove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Re storative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kid neys Address me Dr Shoop Racine WIs Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nerves means Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here is wljpre Dr Shoops Restorative has made Its fame No other remedy even claims to treat the Inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Re storative Write for my free Book on Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by all dealers SOME FACTS ABOUT PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT AT JAMESTOWN EPOSITION It has been said that the chances of those who may visit the Jamestown Exposition for entertainment while there are of the poorest sortIThe management of to show the falsity of these state ments has Issued a booklet of over seventy pages giving the names of Places where entertainment may be had together with the charges for the same which shows that there are over 1000 hotels lodging and board Ing houses with the capacity of each 1and the rates These places can accommodate over 00000 people Their rates are also lower than that of any former expo sitlonIA spirit of fair play would dictate that an investigation of these facts should be made by all those contem plating a journey to the Exposition After a heavy meal take a couple of Doans Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Regulets bring easy regular passages of the bow els I ADCPeerless WoOrn Wlr Fence and Peerless V Poultry Fence 12 Adrian d CMsareyoeroeeyoi you WIRE FENCINGsIU 21aI CHOATEVILLE STAR Most all the farmers are done set ting tobacco by this time Mr Wiard Phillips and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs William PierceMr Victor Banta and best girl Miss Lena Moore were out driving Sunday afternoon Our friend Mr Boon Haniiltony spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Barry Pierce and best friend Miss Ellis Peters attended church SundayWe are very glad indeed to have our friend Mr Henry Showalter with us during his summer vacation Mr and Mrs Rufus Bryant spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs William Pierce Mr Chester Dennis and Mr Conway were in Frankfort Sunday afternoon Misses Nellie Flora and Minnie Rogers and Miss Lucille Water oj Frankfort spent Sunday with K Gus Dean and family Mr Henry Showalter and best gif Miss Jessie fierce attended churc Sunday last Lost strayed from home or stolen Iso one has heard from Daisy or Uncle Sammy for some time Some one find and return them if possible Miss Ellis Peters and Miss Norman Reagan spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Jessie Pierce and brother Mr Tommy Peters called on his best girl Sunday Mr Vernon Dean called on Miss Lena Pierce Sunday lass Emma Dennis was In town MondayMr Wren Hamilton spent a few hours with Mr Gus Dean and family Monday evening A Birthday Party IA delightful birthday party was giv Ien Monday night from 730 to 1100 oclock in honor of Mr John Walter Refreshments were served 930 oclock The following were llresentjMisses Christine Weber Flora Rogers Annie Mitchell Ollle Morris Payne McChesney Meta Gordon Min tile Rogers Lula Wright Clara Mc Chesney AU REVOIR o GRIEVOUS LOSS BY FIRE AT VER SAILLES The new LoganHelm Public ryat Versailles was Libratfire with all Its contents on Thurs t day morning earlytThe fire started In basement of Mr John Y Routs drug store The hard ware store of Mr W S Berry in the same building was also destroyed Dr Woodards livery stable next door was also damaged The loss was about 40000 with only 23000 insurance It was almost miraculous that the loss was not greater situated as it was IDr TfeaTera Treatment Bjrnp iuthebloodCerebhealeekineraytfoar arr The Good Old Summer Time a Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth end Screen Doors Call and examine our stock L P O SOW R GO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURSH Rev A B Chinn the rector being absent Mr C L Clingman will conduct the service at 11 a mI and 730 p m j 930 a m Sundayschool In th- i chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 pmThe public generally Invited to at tend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11amand8pmSundayschool 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats tree CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach Ott ha m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 930 am in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets j at 700 in the chapel- Praermeetlng on Wednesday even fag at 730 oclock in the Chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited J CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 n m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 745 i r pm- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayer meeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Everybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm crow the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 745 pm- t Young Peoples Society at 7 p m J Sundayschool at 945 a m I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening i iEverybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m On the first and third Lords Day Bro T N Arnold will preach Immedi ately following the Sunday School THORN HILL There will be Sun 4I dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p mI t DeWitt Little Early Risers Tho famous little pill GRADUATES OF CENTRAL UNI VERSITY IAmong the list of graduates at Central University Danville on Wednes day are Mr Edmund Haynes Taylo- son of Mr J Swlgert Taylor who graduated as a Bachelor of Law oef Mr Knox Brown of Owen county but formerly of this county who graduated as a Bachelor of Arts Both of these young men are very promising and great things are expected of them- ADVERTISED N LETTERS The following is the list of remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week end June 15 1907 ling 81- Brent Myra Miss Pearl Bridget Mrs Virgie Burk Dr Charles W Byars John 2 f Corbin Lonnie Collum F F Crittenden Mrs Alice 2 x Davis Mrs Beulah Davis Charles Dearinger Elijah T Dixon Mr and Mrs J K DImmIck Col E J Duncan Mrs EdJFlan Dan Gelln Dan Gibson TohnIGrossman Edward Heath Mrs Harriett Hleatt Miss Drussie v High Arthur Irvin Miss Charlet v Jackson Marion Jordan EpleyILane W B Lochridgte Garnie McVey E C Mash E T Mathews Mrs Susan C Meehan nlrs B Meyler Miss Anna Miniard Joseph Murphey Miss Beatrice Owens Miss Bernice Perry Dock Perry John Puchett Ambrose Purtlll Mrs Elizabeth Quire Miss Isabel Raney Jim Simpson Emmit Sheets Miss Neva Smith Mr Taylor Mrs Sarah Triplett Mrs Rhoda Tyler C H U S Recruiting Office When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M WONDERFUL ECZEMA CURE Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our hme doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other doctors but no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed im provement Wo continued this medi cine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and bodybuilding health tonics Guaranteed at all Drug Stores 50c r r FRANKFORTS FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION The Business Mens Club is rapidly concluding the arrangements for the Nartions Birthday on Thursday July 4th The various committees have been appointed and are hard at work ar ranging their different parts The speeches will be delivered In the morning and the horse show will be i held in the afternoon on Wap ping street The following is the premium list as given out by the committees Premium List Stallionsmare or gelding 25 first 15 second 10 third5000N- o 2Best Walking Mare or gelding 750 first 250 second 10001 No 3Best Single Turnout owned in Franklin county 10 first 5 second 1500 No Best Harness Stallion Mare or Gelding 25 first 15 second iO third 5000 No 5Best Dquble Turnout owned in Frankfin county 15 first 5 second 2000 No 6Best Model Stallion Mare or Gelding 10 first 5 second 1500 No 7Best New York Saddle Gelding or mare 15 hands 2 inches and under walk trot canter 15 first 10 sec ond 2500 No 8Best Shetland Pony turnout to be driven by boy under 14 ears of age and accompanied by little girl or girls decoration allowed 10 first 5 second 1500 No 9Fancy Turnout Gen tleman to be accompanied by a lady or ladles Horse or Horses harness and ve hide to count 50 per cent occupants to count 50 per cent 15 first 10 sec ond 2500 No 10Hlgh Steppers Heavy harness must be shown In curb bit tail docked or tied up Mare or Gelding 15 12 hands high and under 15 first 10 second 2500 REV DR H A M HENDERSONS LAST BOOK We are In receipt of a copy of Rev Dr H A M Hendersons last work Autumn Leaves It Is a gem It contains sermons obituaries speech es essays and sketches from his mas ter hand and is a work that affords pleasure and profit to the reader from the first page to the last In its composition the rhetoric the diction and English are just such as one would expect from Its beloved and brilliant authorIt is from the press of Hlgbee Blcknell Publishing and Printing Co Cincinnati 0 Ill stop your pain free To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mall you free a trial package of them Dr Shoops Headache Tab lets Neuralgia Headache Toothache Period pains etc are due alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply kill pain by coax- Ing away the unnatural pressure That Is all Address Dr Shoop Ra cine Wis Sold by all dealers 11 c SWITZER Delayed Letter Mrs B F McCoy of Frankfort Is the guest of Mr and Mrs J H Lillian Thomasson of Frank fort Is visiting Miss Ruth Smith this weekA crowd of boys and girls from Stamping Ground passed through here on last Sunday for the river where they will spend a few days fishingMr Jim Smith and wife moved to Lexington last week Mrs J B Hockensmith Is visiting her daughter Mrs Martin at Pleasurevllle this week Mr and Mrs W J Lynn have taken rooms with Mrs Charles Carrie Triplett of Stamping Ground visited Switzer on last Mon day also Mr A B Kissinger Mr Nile Morse of Frankfort has visited Switzer some few times this last week Mr Marcus Jones and wife of Frankfort were here on Wednesday afternoon Mr Jones happened to quite an accident while here When getting out of the carriage his feet became entangled in the lines which threw him some few yards from the rig We are glad to know that he was not seriously Injured Dr W F Anderson Is away on a business trip this week Miss Bettie Jones attended are cital in Frankfort on Wednesday evening at the home of Dr J W GayleMisses Gertrude Smith and Cleo Carter went to Georgetown last Sun day on the excursion Misses Beulah Wiley and Noami Lewis were the guests of Mr W J Lynn and wife on last Sunday Mr D E Wheeler spent last week hereBornTo Mr Thos Green and wifea fine boyon last W dnes day Messrs S L Poindexter and A B Kissinger of Stamping Ground are now dealers in fine horses Their stable boy was here on Thurs day evening exercising a very fine Bronco SWITZERITE Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Electric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the hurts COMMISSIONER OF THE COURT OF APPEALS Mr W Rogers Clay of Lexington has been appointed Commissioner of the Court of Appeals by that court to succeed Judge Jno D Carroll The appointment holds good until the court catches up with the docket MONEY FOR TOBACCO GROWERS Mr W W Longmoor has received checks coTerlng 20 per cent of the claims of owners of stock In the defunct Kentucky and Ohio Tobacco to Those owning these claims should call on Mr Longmoor on Main street as soon as possible as he has checks and will turn them over when proper receipts are signed rDr weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions SWITZER Miss Clara Carter spent last Wednesday In Frankfort Messrs Willard Lynn and Henry Hockensmlth attended court at Wil lIalustown last Monday ilI1ss Lillian Thomasson who has the guest of Misses Ruth and Gertrude Smith for the past week returned home Monday Dr W F Anderson Is spending this week in Frankfort Mr B D Head who for the past month has been at West Baden Ind for his health returned home this week and we are glad to say Is very much Improvel A small crowd will spend next week on the river fishing 4diedhas been ill for some months The l 5pm tae beautiful cemetery here The many friends of the bereaved family extend their deepest sympathy to James Stigers a graduate of c 3onSWITZERITE t EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS I JjDESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS c IiJAnyonoeending ai etch and deacriptlonmay- quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention ts probably ommunlca lions strlctlyeonlldentlal on Patentl patentsIatentstcla notice without charge in the Scientific Jfmtritan handsomely ltIustmtclt weekly Tnreest culatton of any actentttlo fournal Terms a year fourmontheL odbyallnewsdealera YorkBranch le25 CINCINNATItAND F G RY k- SUNDAY June 23 t SPECIAL TRAIN r Leaving Frankfort 700 A M AIK PARTICULAR I t raw RES STARTLING SUIT SALE Ii The Greatest Suit Offer Ever Made in Frankfort t Jk a 31 35ti Sr Heres what happened A big Rochester maker of fine clothes got wor reed on account of the cold spring He wanted to get rid of his stock and he was willing to take most any old price if he could only dispose of the goods He offered them to us at an enormous reduction from usual prices t- iI iI WE BOUGHT THEM Now listen This maker makes oMy the finest of readytowear clothes retailing regularly at 25 to 35 Every suit in this purchase is handtail h ored the larger part of them are made of imported worsteds sand probably onefourth are SILK LINED THROUGHOUT A tailor could not make you 4i a better suit for 40 There are nearly 400 suits in the lota greater variety of really fine suits than was ever before put under one roof in Frankfort there being about 5O different styles to select from There are all sizes up f to 50 stout including regulars longs and stouts r t The suits are here ready for you There are club checks plain grays dark worsteds almost every conceivable pattern and to begin with there are all sizes in every pattern At least half of the suits are worth 30 and over Come early and get a suit of imported fabrics silk lined handtailored for 18 The chances are that it will be many years before we can again make such an offer r r i i r st- You Cannot Afford To Miss This Boys 7 to 10 Suits 5 oo Boys 5 and 6 Suits 400 This boys suit sale helps along at commencement time Choice of any knee pants suit in stock worth 5 and up as above Blacks and blues included r er INCORPORATED iJrr Mr7i d rsyr +uad1